Next Generation Front-End for WooCommerce

Note This is the first iteration of the new WooNuxt built on Nuxt 3. It’s under active development and has a lot of features still to be added. You can use the old version of WooNuxt on the v2 branch which is more stable.



The goal of WooNuxt is to provide a modern, fast, and SEO friendly front-end for WooCommerce. It’s built on top of Nuxt 3 and uses the WPGraphQL API to retrieve all the data it needs. It’s also fully customizable and can be extended with your own components and modules. You can see a live demo of WooNuxt by clicking the button below.

? Live Demo of WooNuxt ⚡️


Get Started

  • Download the WooNuxt Settings plugin.
  • Install and activate the plugin on your WordPress site. This will install all the required plugins for WooNuxt, add some useful fields to the WPGraphQL schema, and automatically retrieve the WooCommerce payment gateway settings for Stripe and PayPal.
  • Once the plugin is activated your ready to deploy WooNuxt on a whatever hosting you like, or click one onf the fast deploy button below.
  • Once the plugin is activated the only required environment variable is GQL_HOST. Checkout the .env.example file for more details.




Feature Ongoing Enhancements Done In Progress In the Pipeline
Checkout (Stripe, PayPay, Cash on Delivery)
Product Reviews
Product Category Pages
WooNuxt Settings Module
Better Typescript Supp
Mobile layout
Countries & States Enums
Cookie Popup & GDPR Compliance
Progressive Web App (PWA)
Queing System (for chcecking out when server is busy)
Language Support (i18n)


Required WordPress Plugins

Plugin Name Description Link
WPGraphQL A free, open-source plugin for WordPress https://www.wpgraphql.com/
WooGraphQL GraphQL API for WooCommerce https://woographql.com/
WPGraphQL Cors Enable CORS for WPGraphQL https://github.com/funkhaus/wp-graphql-cors

Note The the WooNuxt Settings plugin will help you install all the required plugins.


Required Environment Variables

GQL_HOST – The URL of your WordPress site. This is the only required environment variable.


Tested up to:

Plugin/Software Version
WordPress 6.2.0
WooCommerce 7.6.0
WPGraphQL 1.14.0
WooGraphQL 0.12.3
Node 16.18.1


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